United Airlines (UA), the North American launch customer for the Boeing 787, said it will take delivery of the first of 50 Dreamliners it has on order in September. The aircraft rolled out of Boeing’s paint hangar in Everett, Wash., this week. “The 787 will open up new non-stop destinations that customers would not be able to otherwise reach on United, such as the recently announced Denver-to-Tokyo service that starts next spring,” UA said in a statement. UA’s ...

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